While some games may be, I can guarantee you every game that I play is incredibly difficult to install, to get running, and to keep running if you ever do get it running. I don't play a huge variety of games as I tend to focus mainly on MMOs, but of the MMOs I do play/have tried to play on Linux (SWTOR, World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XIV) none of them were easy to install and get running. FFXIV, the MMO I'm currently playing will work maybe once before it stops loading at all.The problem is the Bluetooth standard appears to be a loose one at best. Certain phones would work fine, then there'd be a software update and suddenly they would stop working, certain phones were just outright problematic. You'd assume Android phones would be the worst offenders, but that actually wasn't the case - Apple devices were shocking.
Switchable graphics solutions are a problem, although most issues should be sorted by using the very latest drivers (which means adding the driver PPA in the case of Ubuntu variants). When it comes to laptops, I've always avoided switchable graphics solutions like the plague - Intel iGPU's all the way as I don't need outright GPU power in a laptop. Remember, Linux gives you the option to update graphics drivers, updates aren't forced - If you find a driver that works you can stick with it.
As far as games are concerned, they're the easiest to install, especially under Steam. The process is no harder than Windows. Even Lutris isn't hard: Just install Lutris, install the game via the easily downloadable script and you're golden.
Almost nothing is 'easy' about Linux in my experience. Obviously your experience may be different. There's just always some kind of 'well, if you do this, this, and this..." it'll work fine.